News - Current Works

Hooked on the Tambo

2 December 2019

The Twin Rivers Community Group is proving just what can be achieved through hard work and determination, working with a number of partners to improve public access for recreational anglers on the...

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Direct action in Dargo

30 September 2019

As drought conditions continue throughout the region, the East Gippsland Catchment Management Authority (EGCMA) is using a different method of revegetation to build resilience on the riverbanks of...

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Plotting improvements on the Mitchell

16 September 2019

The Gunaikurnai Land and Waters Aboriginal Corporation NRM crew have been working with the East Gippsland Catchment Management Authority to undertake rehabilitation works on the banks of the Mitchell...

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Caring for the Cann

2 September 2019

The Cann Valley Landcare Group are working in partnership with the East Gippsland Catchment Management Authority (EGCMA) to improve public access and amenity at the Cann River Caravan Park. The...

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Community Custodians

29 July 2019

The gloves were on and enthusiasm was high as students from Lindenow Primary School celebrated National Tree Day last week with a visit to the upper reaches of Skull Creek. Working with the GLaWAC...

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Weeding Works, Top Down

15 July 2019

The East Gippsland Catchment Management Authority (EGCMA) has been working together with DELWP and the Moogji Aboriginal Council to undertake weed control on the Deddick, Bonang and Brodribb Rivers. Community...

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Our Communities Care

8 July 2019

The East Gippsland Catchment Management Authority (EGCMA) hosted members from the DELWP Our Catchments, Our Communities (OCOC) team recently when they visited the region to learn about the progress...

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Snowy Shelter

24 June 2019

The East Gippsland Catchment Management Authority has been working with local contractors to install twenty-five large wooden structures as habitat for fish and the small critters they feed on. Funded...

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Wetland Wonders

29 April 2019

Wetlands are more than just swamps, they serve an important ecological function and are important places for Traditional Owners. That was the takeaway at the recent Wonders of the Wetlands tour, led...

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Snowy Know How

21 April 2019

The lower Snowy River work is continuing this year with an ongoing partnership between the East Gippsland Catchment Management Authority (EGCMA) and Moogji Aboriginal Council. The Moogji works crew...

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We acknowledge the traditional owners of country throughout East Gippsland and pay our respects to them, their culture and their Elders past, present and future.